• (NORMAN, Okla.) Oct. 8, 2015 -- Moore Norman Technology Center’s annual Frank S. Coulter Memorial Golf Tournament was held Sept. 28. Dozens of local businesses and individuals showed their support of MNTC's mission through their financial sponsorship of the event. 

    This is the 10th year of the fundraising effort for MNTC and over the years this event has generated over $100,000 which is used to help MNTC students with needs that would otherwise keep them from completing their career program. This year MNTC had 37 sponsors and 24 four-member teams play in the tournament.

  • ​(NORMAN, Okla.) Oct. 6, 2015 —Gov. Mary Fallin proclaimed October as Careers in Construction Month in Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education is highlighting both its training programs and opportunities in construction.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) Sept. 28, 2015 -- Two Moore Norman Technology Center professionals have been nominated for the Journal Record's 2015 Woman of the Year Award. MNTC Superintendent Jane Bowen and Career Exploration Education instructor Zena Amer recently received the honor, along with 48 other professional women representing various industries from across the state. The 2015 Woman of the Year will be announced Thursday during the awards gala at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) Sept. 24, 2015 – Moore Norman Technology Center Board of Education member Glen Cosper was elected to the Oklahoma State School Boards Association Board of Directors during their annual conference held Aug. 29 in conjunction with the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration (CCOSA). Cosper’s two-year term representing Region 15 begins immediately, as he succeeds Dr. Joe Williams.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) Sept. 16, 2015 — The national president for the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) made a stop at Moore Norman Technology Center yesterday to talk with students who are enrolled in health careers classes. Amit Sandhu spoke to the group of high school and adult students about the importance of student involvement in HOSA both locally and nationally and he challenges students to break out of their comfort zones.  
    Sandhu told MNTC students that one small decision, like becoming active members of HOSA, can affect the rest of their lives. 

  • Rockin' Tribute: MNTC instructor, students build guitar for Danny Stevens' family

    By Megan Sando, Norman Transcript Staff Writer

    There is often a person at every workplace who makes a difference in people’s lives, someone who lifts others out of doubt and into the realm of possibility.

    For Moore Norman Technology Center instructor John Means, that person was Danny Stevens.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) Aug. 3, 2015 – Moore Norman Technology Center has had long-standing commitments to the safety and security of its visitors, students and staff by using emergency and incident command plans, but starting this school year an addition to MNTC’s safety commitment is with the implementation of the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) at both campus sites. The SRP is not a replacement of existing incident plans, but is to be used as an enhancement.  

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) July 31, 2015 – Young drivers are involved in fatal crashes at more than twice the rate of all other drivers and the first year for a newly licensed teen driver is the most dangerous, with more than one in five drivers involved in crashes.

    To combat some of these young driver facts, Moore Norman Technology Center is hosting free youth driver awareness classes called "Alive at 25." The course was developed by the National Safety Council and they target drivers ages 15-24.

  • ​(NORMAN, Okla.) July 30, 2015 – Moore Norman Technology Center full-time students have earned high rankings at national-level skills contests this summer through their student organizations.

    MNTC’s Health Occupations Students of America student organization and the Business Professionals of America student organization held their National Leadership Conferences in Anaheim, Calif. The SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference was held in Louisville, Ky. The DECA student organization’s International Career Development Conference was held in Orlando, Fla.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) June 29, 2015 – Companies searching for a facility that offers soldering training should consider Moore Norman Technology Center’s Franklin Road Campus in Norman. There is a dedicated classroom with six complete soldering training booths and all work is performed in a lead-free environment.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) May 26, 2015 – Southmoore High School senior and Moore Norman Technology Center Programming & Software Development student Michael Batson earned a first place national title through a recent Business Professionals of America competition. The BPA 2015 National Leadership Conference was held this month in Anaheim, Calif.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) May 21, 2015 – Moore Norman Technology Center and the FAA Credit Union will host John G. Miller, author of the award-winning employee training program “QBQ! The Question Behind the Question” on Friday June 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. His luncheon session is "Achieving Excellence in Business and in Life" and is $39 per person.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) May 7, 2015 – Moore Norman Technology Center full-time students have completed state-level skills contests with their student organizations, with many qualifying to compete in national competitions.

    MNTC Entrepreneurship students have already competed in the DECA national competition. The International Career Development Conference was April 25-28 in Orlando, Fla., with many of them earning a Top 10 place in the nation.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) May 1, 2015 – Moore Norman Technology Center Entrepreneurship graduate, Jay Villemarette, Jr., has taken the next step in helping his family expand their local one-of-a-kind business. He is on-site today in Orlando, Fla., ready to oversee today’s grand opening of his family’s new venture called Skeletons: Animals Unveiled. The osteology museum is located in the new entertainment complex of the I-Drive 360 in Orlando, Fla.

  • ­(NORMAN, Okla.) April 28, 2015 -- Moore Norman Technology Center’s Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Instructor Steve Yadon was recently presented with the South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce Technology Schools Teacher of the Year Award. He and many others who work in public and technical education took honors in multiple categories, all presented at the SOKCC’s annual Excellence in Education award banquet.

  • MNTC Surgical Technology Students Awarded Jamie M. Rogers Memorial Scholarship

    (NORMAN, Okla.) April 10, 2015 – Two students from Moore Norman Technology Center’s Surgical Technology class were recently presented with the Jamie M. Rogers Memorial Scholarship. Aziza Bakhramova and Erin Tilley each received $500 through the scholarship, which may be used at their discretion. Mike and Nancy Rogers, Jamie’s parents, presented the awards.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) April 15, 2015 --Moore Norman Technology Center’s Digital Video Production and Graphic Design classes will host the 7th annual Red Carpet Film Festival at 7 p.m. May 2 at the Meacham Auditorium in Oklahoma Memorial Union at the University of Oklahoma. Tickets are $8 and must be purchased in advance due to limited seating.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) April 15, 2015 – Astellas Pharma Technologies, Inc. of Norman and Moore Norman Technology Center were recently honored as Partners for Progress through the Oklahoma Association of Technology Centers.

    The Partners for Progress award recognizes businesses and industries that have made outstanding contributions to the improvement, promotion, development, and progress of career and technology centers.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) April 14, 2015 – The Norman Kiwanis Club recognized two Moore Norman Technology Center students as April Students of the Month during their regular meeting today. Both students represent MNTC’s Business and Information Technology area of study.

  • (NORMAN, Okla.) April 14, 2013 – It is typical for high school students enrolled in Moore Norman Technology Center’s Career Exploration Education class to learn about needs of others within their community and to work on projects that help either non-profits or individuals in their school district of Moore, Norman and south Oklahoma City. This school year was different in that CEE students produced a project that will continue to grow and give to others – potentially – for years to come.